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  • What's in store for your finances this year?

    No one has a crystal ball to see the future with, but when it comes to your finances, we can at least have an idea of what might be in store. From savings to mortgages and cur

    Ed Towner

    Updated: 02 January 2013

  • Stay ahead of Child Benefit cuts

    Around 1.2million families will lose some or all of their Child Benefit payments this month but if you are among those affected, there are ways to help soften the blow.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 02 January 2013

  • Five ways to banish Christmas credit card debt

    If you put the cost of Christmas on a credit card, the financial hangover may now be kicking in. But there’s no need to add to your January blues as there are ways you can ban

    Ed Towner

    Updated: 27 December 2012

  • Focus on: New leading fee-free balance transfer credit card

    If you've racked up a hefty credit card bill over the festive period and have no idea how you're going to pay it off, Barclaycard may have the solution with the launch of its

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 27 December 2012

  • Pay less to transfer debt to Barclaycard

    Barclaycard has made it cheaper to take advantage of its leading balance transfer card just in time for Christmas. The card, which offers 0% interest for 24 months, has now re

    Lana Clements

    Updated: 21 December 2012

  • Be the boss of your finances

    In two weeks’ time we all get a fresh a start, a chance to do things differently and an opportunity to better ourselves, and what better place to start than with your finances

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 12 December 2012

  • Dress to impress for less

    The party season has arrived, and the next couple of weeks will see many of us sipping on Christmas cocktails as we don our glad rags and let our hair down. And whether it’s o

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 11 December 2012

  • Are your kids better with money than you?

    Could it be that your children are better at handling their finances than you are with yours?

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 07 December 2012

  • Avoid a six-year credit card sentence

    The average length of time a consumer stays loyal to their credit card provider is a staggering six years, according to new MoneySupermarket research.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 06 December 2012

  • How to spend less on Christmas travel

    Christmas is about spending time with our nearest and dearest, and many of us will soon be preparing to travel to all corners of the country in order to celebrate the festive

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 29 November 2012

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